Publications & Bibliography

Bibliography

WG 1

Benedetto S, Drai-Zerbib V, Pedrotti M, Tissier G, Baccino T (2013) E-Readers and Visual Fatigue. PLoS ONE 8(12): e83676. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083676 Editor:Kevin Paterson, University of Leicester, United Kingdom Received July 3, 2013; Accepted November 6, 2013

Lauterman, T. & Ackerman, R. (2014). Overcoming screen inferiority in learning and calibration. Computers in Human Behavior, 35, 455-463.

Eva Lordán, Mariana Miras,Esther Nadal, Sandra Espino, Marta Minguela, Núria Castell. Is Making Written Syntheses an Aid to the  Comprehension of Documentary Sources?

WG 2

Rouet, J.-F., & Britt, M.A. (2014). Learning from Multiple DocumentsIn Mayer, R.E. (Ed.) Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning, 2nd Edition (pp. 813-841).Cambridge, MA,     Cambridge University Press.

Patricia A. Alexander & The Disciplined Reading and Learning Research Laboratory (2012): Reading Into the Future: Competence for the 21st Century, Educational Psychologist, 47:4, 259-280

Takacs, Z. K., Swart, E. K., & Bus, A. G. (2015). Benefits and Pitfalls of Multimedia and Interactive Features in Technology-Enhanced Storybooks A Meta-Analysis. Review of Educational Research, 0034654314566989.

WG 3

Jacobs, A. M. (2015). Towards a neurocognitive poetics model of literary reading. Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use, ed. R. Willems (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Mauss, I. B., & M. D. Robinson (2009). Measures of emotion: A review. Cognition & Emotion, 23:2, 209-237.

Oatley, K. (2012).The cognitive science of fiction. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 3:4, 425–430.

WG 4

Ackerman, J. M., Nocera, C. C., & Bargh, J. A. (2010). Incidental haptic sensations influence social judgments and decisions. Science, 328: 1712-1715.

Häfner, M. (2013). When body and mind are talking: Interoception moderates embodied cognition. Experimental psychology, 60(4), 255-259.

Sparrow, B. Liu, J. & Wenger, D. M. (2011). Google effects on memory: Cognitive consequences of having information at our fingertips. Science 333, 776-778. DOI: 10.1126/science.1207745

Cross-WG Bibliography:

Benedetto S, Drai-Zerbib V, Pedrotti M, Tissier G, Baccino T (2013) E-Readers and Visual Fatigue. PLoS ONE 8(12): e83676. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083676 Editor:Kevin Paterson, University of Leicester, United Kingdom Received July 3, 2013; Accepted November 6, 2013

Rouet, J.-F., & Britt, M.A. (2014). Learning from Multiple Documents. in Mayer, R.E. (Ed.) Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning, 2nd Edition (pp. 813-841).Cambridge, MA, Cambridge University Press.

Mol, S. E., & J. Jolles (2014). Reading enjoyment amongst non-leisure readers can affect achievement in secondary school. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1214, 1-10.

Davoli, C. C., Du, F., Montana, J., Garverick, S., & Abrams, R. A. (2010). When meaning matters, look but don’t touch: The effects of posture on reading. Memory & Cognition, 38(5), 555-562.

Publications by E-READ Members

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